I don't know about Arduino Yun, but you can find some hints on the Galileo Ethernet port from an Arduino IDE at
Do not hesitate asking if you need any thing else. Remember that Galileo Ethernet is not an Arduino shield.
Take a look at the examples available on the Arduino IDE, File > Examples > Ethernet. I think it will help you with this.
Well... take care on this... sometimes it depends on the IDE version you are using. Up to 1.6.0 I found many examples that did not work or had non-useful or misleading information/behavior, that's why I created the thread, actually. Newer versions of the IDE do not necessarilly include the best examples/information, either. The last IDE version I downloaded, 1.6.7 (which is not the last version currently available), for example, has
File > Examples > Ethernet (Galileo)
i.e. Ethernet examples specifically designed/adapted to Galileo, AFAIK... Well... those have at least some misleading information... for example, in WebServer.ino you can find
even when SPI has no relationship with Galileo Ethernet. Maybe the example works (I didn't check) but you may conclude from the
that the SPI port is used for Ethernet (just as it is used in Ardhuino Ethernet shields). However, Galileo SPI port does not have any relationship with Ethernet hardware. Actually, I'm using SPI in one of my applications for RF communications, and the same application is using Ethernet for TCP/IP communication ( > http://fernando.bl.ee/embed-rt/ ftinetti - Real-Time & Embedded Systems > https://youtu.be/8kUqpHOWR6Q Intel Galileo - Arduino Car - YouTube).
My point is: maybe those examples work (mostly those explicitly adapted for Intel Galileo in newer Arduino IDEs) but I think you should proceed with caution.
What I'm trying to ask, is if its possible to compile and upload from the Arduino IDE through a network port, as opposed to a connection through the USB client. Clearly, one can connect with telnet and operate remotely, and upload python, C++, what ever. With the Arduino YUN in the Arduino IDE under tools, the internet address of the YUN is visible under the port tab.
Also, while I'm asking, has anyone, configured a Galileo server with FLASK. Maybe this should be an other thread.
No, you need to use the USB port to upload sketches through the Arduino IDE.
Regarding FLASK, take a look at the following threads, I think they will be very useful:
/message/269426# 269426 https://communities.intel.com/message/269426# 269426
/message/386946# 386946 https://communities.intel.com/message/386946# 386946
/message/377345# 377345 https://communities.intel.com/message/377345# 377345
on the Galileos, you can follow two different ways :
The second way is my preferred one, it's much, much more powerful and flexible (I use it every day, so I can tell), but your sketch can only run on a Galileo (more precisely, your code would run potentially on any Linux machine)
If you need help about the second way, just ask, I can explain you how to deal with BSD sockets on Galileo within Arduino IDE